Ubisoft Ships No More Heroes


Ubisoft’s ultra-stylish Wii-exclusive action game No More Heroes has officially shipped out to retailers and is in stores now for $49.99 with an ESRB rating of “M” for Mature. From the mind of legendary game developer Suda 51 and his team at Grasshopper Manufacture (Killer7), No More Heroes follows protagonist Travis Touchdown, a low-level member of the United Assassins Association looking to move up the ranks and become the top assassin in the world. As Travis Touchdown, players wield his beam katana and pull off various wrestling-style moves all with gestures of the Wii Remote. Definitely not a game for the kiddies, that’s for sure, but one that older Wii owners won’t want to miss.

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